Used Nissan Trucks in MA


There's no denying the popularity of the pickup truck here in America. They've come a long way as far as their level of comfort and technology, with today's new models ever more luxurious and feature-filled than the workhorse trucks of old. This can make them quite expensive, and for those in need of a solid work truck or off-roader to get done what needs to be done, it can be hard to justify springing the big bucks for a completely new model. Luckily, truck enthusiasts can still get behind the wheel of a well-equipped pickup if they choose to buy used. There's such a wide selection of functional used trucks on the market - and there's a lot of money to be saved.

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Pricing: New vs. Used

Let's do a little price comparison between a new and used Frontier, Nissan's midsized pickup. If you were to consider purchasing this truck brand-new in the top-level Desert Runner trim , you'd be met with a starting MSRP of $26,400. Although that's still pretty good as far as the pricing for a range-topping pickup goes, if you're looking to be a little more budget-conscious you can get your hands on the same Frontier configuration from 2017 somewhere in the ballpark of $20,000, with approximately 20,000 miles on the odometer.

Nissan's full-sized pickup, the Titan, can be bought secondhand with similar savings. A shiny new Titan SV starts its pricing at $34,320, but a Titan SV from 2017 can be found with a sticker price around $25,000 if the odometer reads in the neighborhood of 20,000 miles. To put this into perspective, you can save about $9,000 by opting for the same trim-level truck that's only two years old, meaning as far as its standard features and capabilities are concerned, it'll be similar.


Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Program

If you want to really feel confident about buying a used truck, consider what Nissan's Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program can do for you. With Nissan CPO, you'll have the peace of mind knowing that your used pickup is of the highest quality since it must be less than six years old, have less than 80,000 miles on the odometer, and pass a rigorous 167-point inspection process. If it meets these requirements and passes the inspection, then it will be given the CPO green light. Also, any developing issues that might be found during the inspection will be corrected: CPO vehicles are reconditioned to their best possible quality using genuine Nissan parts.

Other benefits associated with Nissan CPO include a new 7-year/100,000-mile limited warranty, 24-hour emergency roadside assistance, car rental reimbursement and towing, a comprehensive Carfax Vehicle History Report, and a three-month trial for SiriusXM satellite radio.

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